Health and Safety

We are excited to welcome our students for the 2020-2021 school year!

We are committed to providing an engaging and diverse learning experience in a safe and healthy new environment.

We will be implementing modifications to center operations based on state and local regulations and guidance from the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and local regulations, as they apply, in order to safeguard our students, parents, faculty, and staff against the spread of COVID-19.


As of this writing, CDC and APAP recommendations for the safe operation of schools include all of the practices listed here. As requirements and health and safety “best practices” change regularly, we will send updated health and safety protocols throughout the school year.


We will be taking multiple precautions, but please understand that even as we do our best to protect the health and welfare of everyone, eliminating the risk entirely is beyond our control. We ask that you partner with us on the following protocols to lower the risk of possible virus transmission:




 Health Checks

  • Before entering MindCraft, all staff and students’ temperatures will be checked.
  • Should a child fall ill during the day, parents will be notified and asked to take their child home immediately.
  • If a child becomes ill with a fever or flu-like symptoms, they are to return only after the fever is gone for AT LEAST 24 hours.



 Masks & Face Coverings

  • For Kindergarteners, face coverings are strongly recommended inside the facility.
  • Students in first grade and above will be required to wear face coverings during the school day.
  • For all staff, face coverings are required inside the facility.
  • Adults are to drop-off and pick up students outside the facility and should have on a face covering.



 Safe Distancing with Small, Consistent Groups

  • Group size will be limited to 6 (or 8) depending on classroom size.
  • Indoor seating will be spaced a minimum of 6 feet apart.
  • Pick-up drop-off will take place outside the campus.




  • Students and staff will be required to wash their hands or apply hand sanitizer throughout the day.
  • High-touch surfaces and items will be disinfected throughout the day and each night.




  • Students will be required to bring their own lunch.
  • Lunch will be eaten exclusively with the same small class/cohort.
  • Large water bottles with straws are recommended to reduce the removal of face coverings.

Based on evolving local guidance, there may be modifications and or further requirements.


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Please contact us if you have any questions at 925-812-3737.